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[影片快递] 【整理】2009-09-06 气象女孩 Weather Girl

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[Homework]【整理】2009-09-06 气象女孩 Weather Girl

I've been working in television since graduating college. And…
- Why, why are you looking at me like that?
- You really lost that morning show, didn't you?
- There's something that I would like to share with our billion audience.
- Well, I also guess it's a great idea, Sylvia.
-Oh, well, I don't care what you think from the moment that I started working here. I've been fighting off the infantile and often offensive advances of that guy.

But despite the amateurish sex, I somehow, developed an attachment to the walking haircut sitting in that chair.
- She has lost her mind.
- That is until this morning.

I found these.

- How long you been sleeping with him, Sherry?
- Wow, let's do a commercial.

- Aren't you that weather girl who committed a cruel suicide in a very unsightly way before an audience of thousands this morning?

- No, God.
- This guy is an idiot and, and my big sister is a wreck because of him. It’s embarrassing.
- You are cold, Sylvia.

- She is a girl that just got dumped. Maybe cut her a little slack.
- I think Byron's got a thing for you.
- Yeah, I know, he told me.
- You're a joke.
- (If) I put you on my staff, that makes me a joke.
- I'm 35 years old. I have no job, no insurance, no apartment.
- So what are you gonna do now, love?
- Send out my resume, I guess.
- A weather girl resume?
- I'll take a chance on you. Don't make me regret it.
- The future is scary, but not if you got someone to hold...
-
Don't you want
a date with me?
- A date with you?
- Yeah, I do think I'm a pretty good rebound guy.
- She wants them: the money, and the security and the… and the grown-upness.
- Maybe I could calm some fears.
-I don't have any of it.
- Don't you talk to me about self-respect. I am doing this because I deserve better.
- Situation, not good to me!
- Stop!
- I cannot stop.
- No. You're a work in progress.

Note:
“lose it”:
idiom, slang; meaning:
    1. To lose control;
    2. To become angry or upset.
e.g.:She completely lost it with one of the kids in class.

audience: a collective noun (such as “group”, “team”,  “class”,  “committee”, “flock”, “herd”, etc), meaning “a group of people who participate in a show or encounter a work of art, literature, theatre, music or academics in any medium”. Thus, it’s usually used in singular form though it refers to many people.  
unsightly: adjective;ugly or unpleasant to look at.
“cut (or give) someone some slack”: slang; to give someone additional freedom; to make an allowance for someone as in allowing more time to finish something. A similar saying is “give her a break.”
“date sb” vs. “have (or go out on) a date with sb”: when we use the word “date” while talking about engaging in a relationship, we can use it as a verb as in“date sb” or as a noun as in “go out on a date with sb.” E.g.: Is he still dating Sarah? I had a date with David last night.
a work in progress: there is actually a song called A Work in Progresssung by country music singer Alan Jackson.  There is an expression of “I’m a work in progress” in the lyrics.

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